Drew McIntyre appeared visibly distraught and furious as he stepped into the spotlight for the June 17 edition of Monday Night RAW, still reeling from the fallout of WWE Clash at the Castle. What should have been a triumphant homecoming in Scotland turned into a nightmare, all thanks to his arch-nemesis, CM Punk.

The Best in the World’s interference cost McIntyre his shot at the World Heavyweight Championship during the main event against Damian Priest at the OVO Hydro this past weekend.

Standing solemnly in the center of the ring, McIntyre prepared to address what he described as perhaps the most significant defeat of his career. His voice wavered as he attempted to mention CM Punk, visibly struggling to articulate his emotions.

In a shocking turn of events, McIntyre unleashed a scathing tirade against WWE, abruptly announcing his departure from the company in a heated moment of frustration. Despite attempts by RAW General Manager Adam Pearce and WWE CCO Paul “Triple H” Levesque to persuade him otherwise, McIntyre stormed out of the arena, leaving behind a stunned audience and uncertain future.


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